Like national rugby teams we too have been international this Autumn having taken in a beautiful new cloud in Frankfurt and the ins, outs and round-abouts of asset management in Canada.
Both cloud technology and media asset management are big topics at the moment. Previous sceptics are now adopting cloud and hybrid workflows for everything from post-production to archiving and the content explosion is making media management an important consideration for every industry today.
With our BLAM product providing asset management, workflow orchestration and video processing running on premise or natively in the cloud, we’ve got a vested interest in both of these topics – which were the focus of events Blue Lucy took part in in Frankfurt and Toronto in November.
Netorium are the BLAM system integrator for Germany. Together with their partner, Vodafone, they hosted their NETS-3 event at the e-shelter in Frankfurt on November 14 & 15 that highlighted the advantages and disadvantages of hybrid systems. Topics discussed included;
On show as part of the event was Content Carousel a new Archive – Showcase – Delivery platform provided by Vodafone which runs BLAM and is managed by Netorium.
Blue Lucy was proud to sponsor the first ever Canadian Content Asset Management Conference on the 29th of November in Toronto. “Digital Asset Management : the ins, outs and round-abouts of building a roadmap for success” was hosted by Neal Bilow and David Lipsey – the Global Chair of the renowned Henry Stewart DAM Conferences – and featured an impressive line-up of DAM experts. The event was also sponsored by our friend and local integration partners Applied Electronics.
Find out more about the C-CAM group.